Port Botany Redevelopment
Port Botany, now Australia’s largest container port, is a major commercial area, with multiple terminals. It is serviced by both road and rail, with the international and domestic airports nearby.
The Port Botany Redevelopment Project was to build the civil infrastructure for the automation of the container terminal using AutoStrads®, the expansion of the recently reclaimed land by Sydney Ports Corporation (SPC) adjacent to the current Patrick Stevedores Port Botany Terminal, and to provide a new ramp access.
As part of the project, Fulton Hogan’s PortPhalt® was manufactured and laid to stand up to the extreme conditions of container and AutoStrad traffic.
The work included structural concrete, the installation of 19,000 lineal metres of underground services, 440 pits for drainage, as well as electrical and communications services.
Fulton Hogan’s comprehensive understanding of a live bulk handling port environment helped ensure that port operations were able to continue without interruptions. We worked closely with the client during the entire process from design to final delivery to provide quality solutions while ensuring safety and security remained paramount.SHARE
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